Cover of: How to Win Friends and Influence People | Dale Carnegie

About the Book

One of the best known motivational books in history: Since it was released in 1936, How to win friends and influence people has sold more than 15 million copies. Carnegie’s first book is timeless and appeals equally to business audiences, self-help audiences, and general readers alike..

• Proven advice for success in life: Carnegie believed that most successes come from an ability to communicate effectively rather than from brilliant insights. His book teaches these skills by showing readers how to value others and make them feel appreciated rather than manipulated..

• As relevant as ever before: In the age of Steven Covey and Tony Robbins, Dale Carnegie’s principles endure. The original edition was published in response to the Great Depression, and this fresh hardcover edition will appeal now more than ever to readers wanting tried and true advice on how to deal with a depressed economy. Readers can learn how to get the job they want, improve the job they have, and make the best of any situation..

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
158/.1
Library of Congress
BF637.S8 C37 1982

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxv, 276 p. ;
Number of pages
276

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1186728M
Internet Archive
howtowinfriendsi00carn
ISBN 10
0671723650
LC Control Number
94176452
Library Thing
68250
Goodreads
875983

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